Sumatran Tigress In the Jungle

Sandra Chung

Kardinya, Australia

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As much as I understand the need for the barriers, not so much for human safety, but to keep the tigers safe from humans taunting them, it can really mess up a shot.

I had to reduce/remove the cloudiness of the plexiglass, remove the reflections from it also, and then color correct the greenish cast on the animal. I had to edit out a branch that was actually in front of her face/in her mouth. As much grain and noise was removed without losing detail. Then I went to work on fixing her environment. If I can’t photograph them in the wild, I will do what I can to make them look free.
RAW photo processed in Photoshop. Photo Editing done in TwistedBrushPro Studio

Here is the photograph from start to finish.

Canon EOS 550D
Focal Length 194.0mm
Lens EF-S55-250mm f/4-56 IS
ISO 400
Exp 1/50 sec at f/5.7
Metering Mode – Evaluative

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